Adrian Gonzalez homers, appears to give himself Mickey Mouse ears afterward

Mike Oz
October 16, 2013

Adrian Gonzalez hit a towering solo home run to right field for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the third inning of Wednesday's NLCS Game 5. It broke a 2-2 tie, was the first Dodgers homer of the series and it might have come with a Mickey Mouse celebration.

As Gonzalez trotted back to the Dodgers dugout, he put his hands to his helmet in what looked like an attempt to give himself Mickey Mouse ears. That, of course, is a reference to Monday's Game 3 when Gonzalez celebrated a double and Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright complained after the game about Gonzalez doing "Mickey Mouse stuff."

Gonzalez countered by pointing that L.A. is the home of Mickey Mouse (technically, Mickey's house is in Toontown, but whatever). My colleague David Brown countered by making this:

Here's the homer in full:

Now we'll wait until after the game to see if the Cardinals are offended again.

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